The Speech and Language Therapy team aim to provide a patient-centred, safe and efficient service to patients who have speech, language and swallowing needs.
What is a Speech and Language Therapist?
Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) are Allied Health Professionals who specialise in the assessment, management and provision of therapy to people with speech, language and/or swallowing difficulties.
SLTs see patients from birth to end of life, with a wide range of health conditions.
What do Speech and Language Therapists do?
Who do we work with?
We work with patients with a wide range of medical conditions, including;
How to contact us:
Acute Speech and Language Therapy Team:
023 9228 6147
Please note, the Acute Speech and Language Therapy team require all referrals to be sent via the ICE system.
Emergency laryngectomy service:
Contact ward D8: 023 9228 6394 or the Acute Speech Therapy team (023 9228 6147)
Community SLT referrals can be made via the Solent single point of access on: 0300 300 2011.